Backwater Retreat Theme House
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... time to avoid a little thunderstorm. We had to run to our little cabin.
At this resort, I started reading aloud to Erick and Cole, the book that Dana told me about before we left home. At home, Luke picked it up before I could pack it and got deep into the story and didn't want me to take it away from him, so at my last Target stop before getting in the plane, I bought my own copy. The book is: HEAVEN IS FOR ...
... different advertisement brands for all the sense the malayalum made to me.
Despite my city jumping yesterday Cochi-Ernakulam-Trivandrum, I was up at 5am to begin cramming my day. On the agenda, a visit to the Shree Padmanaswamy temple, a free massage at the Aryuvdeic college, the Ona Sadya, feast, a trip to the Trivandrum zoo, a spot of coffee and cake and Cherries and Berries, some shopping at Sarwaa and then to the Palace where that ...
... to do tasks which might take longer to perform, but then all kinds of industrial waste and pollutants are avoided. And humans make waste anyway, so why not make use of them? I really love that kind of efficacy. And I love Kerala.
After our boat journey, we headed back to the Casino Hotel and bid a sad farewell (spoiler alert: we came back to this hotel, so don't be shocked when we mention it again) to our newest friends: the folks ...
... fish we had ever tasted.
We then went for our 3 hour boat trip through the backwaters, which was so good. Myself and Rito got to drive the boat.
As we arrived back to our accommodation there was a festival going on, painted elephants, lots of people and the loudest fireworks we had ever heard!
... I guess they saw us coming… hopefully we will soon get the hang of this! We made our way to the coast and followed the sea in the direction of Fort Cochin heading towards the Chinese fishing nets and the Santa Cruz Basilica. On the way we passed by Fort House restaurant which I recognised from reading a review online and so we stopped there for food which was our first experience of real keralan food. The food was excellent we ...